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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... It serves a traditional famous Schlosswirtschaft Schattenburg it's a Foot long Weiner Schnitzel. Served with a pickled salad or fries. Chase was up for the challenge being the meat eater he is and as you can see didn't quite get there but gave it an impressive go. It was a great setting in traditional surrounds. A very busy place and it seems that's what people like about the place. A great finish to our first day in ...
From Lake Constance to the mountains of Switzerland- incredible train ride on the Bernina express to Pontresina in Graubunden in the Engadine. Snow, mountains, below freezing winds and a trek to the Morteratsch glacier ( in our all purpose travel outfits) and an even more amazing train ride to Tirano, Italy were included in our brief sojourn to ...
We headed in to Tirano early today to go to the Tirano City Registry Office to try and get a copy of my Nonna & Nonno's birth certificate's and marriage certificate. The spoke no English, of course, so Dave had to pull out his best Italian and hit them with "Posso avere una copia del certificato di nascita." And they even understood him! Do you remember a time before ...
We just had the most excellent day today. Took to Bernina Express (The Little Red Train) to St. Moritz and back. And yes, "There was snow on those mountains!" The train ride was amazing, we took a million photo's of snow, mountains & the train of course. Saw some really cool things along the way, like guys with big kite sails like they use on the Estuary, but with snow boards, cross country & down hill skiers, and footprints a million miles from anywhere on ...
... resort as before I had only skied in the French and Austrian resorts such as Val Thorens, Val'disere, Tignes, Meribel and Sölden.
What's the difference between them? Well, in Livigno there were more Italians (obviously) and as I am learning Italian it was helpful to listen in the conversations and try to figure out what they were saying. There were more Czechs, Germans and Poles there too which was a change ...